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HELLO So I decided to go with my fiancé on the day of her interview , Flight booked already, Would you please post nice template letter request for the Embassy requesting to join my fiancé in the US Embassy so I can  e.mail them today??! , I need to do that ASAP , as her interview approaching . 

Thank you in advance

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6 minutes ago, johnnyI129F said:

HELLO So I decided to go with my fiancé on the day of her interview , Flight booked already, Would you please post nice template letter request for the Embassy requesting to join my fiancé in the US Embassy so I can  e.mail them today??! , I need to do that ASAP , as her interview approaching . 

Thank you in advance

Some embassies allow it while others do not. What embassy is this for?

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11 minutes ago, Cyberfx1024 said:

Some embassies allow it while others do not. What embassy is this for?

Baghdad , Iraq , some people told me they attended the interview there so its allowed but I guess I have to write for them first what should I write please ? @Cyberfx1024

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Not sure if Baghdad allows the USC to attend a K1 interview, but assuming they do, I would just send them an email requesting access.  I don’t think there is a formal request.

 

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41 minutes ago, johnnyI129F said:

is it should be the beneficiary requesting or the petitioner ? thanks 

As @payxibka stated, it should be the USC.  At this stage, the beneficiary is the petitioner as it is they that submit the DS160 to the consulate for the visa application.

 

 


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1 minute ago, Bill & Katya said:

As @payxibka stated, it should be the USC.  At this stage, the beneficiary is the petitioner as it is they that submit the DS160 to the consulate for the visa application.

 

 

The original petition beneficiary is now the principle applicant.   The original petitioner is a very interested third party bystander.   :)


YMMV

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3 minutes ago, payxibka said:

The original petition beneficiary is now the principle applicant.   The original petitioner is a very interested third party bystander.   :)

Agreed


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1 minute ago, johnnyI129F said:

Oh well should another e.mail be sent ?, I took your word @payxibka I the USC sent the request!!

What other email.  You as the USC should be the one requesting the accommodation 


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Petitioner = USC.     

 

Beneficiary = Visa Applicant, once at the embassy phase    (Beneficiary does NOT petition the embassy for a visa .. they complete an application)  


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I'm K1 visa beneficiary from indonesia. I simply sent the embassy an email letting them know that my USC fiance was coming with me for the interview and I asked them to let him enter the embassy. I went there with him and we were both interviewed and our visa is approved. Now we're waiting for my passport with my K1 visa on it. My experience is only applied on US embassy in Jakarta. You better check with US embassy in Baghdad. I think it doesn't matter who send the email. Petitioner and beneficiary can do that. Good luck!


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20 hours ago, johnnyI129F said:

Oh well should another e.mail be sent ?, I took your word @payxibka I the USC sent the request!!

I (the USC) went to my husband's interview at the embassy in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Just showed up and went in with him, no request necessary. But this varies embassy to embassy, so check out the details of yours specifically. 


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